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First Look at First Reformed

Posted 19 July 2018 by Roisin McDaid

'cuts like a knife – sharp, deep and with deadly precision' Rosh talks about her first impressions of First Reformed

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Staff Review: Pin Cushion

Posted 13 July 2018 by Billy Barnell about Pin Cushion, and Pin Cushion + Q&A.

Our very own Showroom staff member Billy Barnell reviews Deborah Haywood's first full-length feature film, 'Pin Cushion'.

I am not a witch

I Am Not A Witch - Guest Review

Posted 31 October 2017 by Roisin McDaid about Black History Month, and I Am Not a Witch.

Guest Blogger Roisin McDaid reviews our October Film of the Month!

Pariah

Black History Month: 'Pariah Review'

Posted 13 October 2017 by Roisin McDaid about Black History Month, and Pariah.

In this guest post, Roisin Mullins discusses the film Pariah, part of our Black History Month season.

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Berlinale 2017 highlights: Diane A. Rodgers

Posted 10 March 2017 by Diane A. Rodgers

As a Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University I got to oversee a trip that saw 30 students gain from this valuable and exciting experience. I made it my mission to see a wide variety of films and here are 3 that stood head and shoulders above the rest

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REVIEW: High-Rise

Posted 1 April 2016 by Hugh Maloney about High-Rise.

Our very own Hugh returns with a High-Rise review

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REVIEW: Hail, Caesar!

Posted 1 April 2016 by Hugh Maloney about Hail, Caesar!.

Hugh reviews the Coen Brothers' latest film.

Clouds of Sils Maria

Clouds of Sils Maria review

Posted 10 June 2015 by Laura Hegarty

Another fantastic piece from our Interactive review team: Clouds of Sils Maria by Esther Vincent

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Girlhood Review by InterActive member Esther Vincent

Posted 18 May 2015 by Laura Hegarty about Girlhood.

Read a brilliant review by one of our InterActive club members!

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Hotel Movies – Force Majeure

Posted 23 April 2015 by Abi Standish about Force Majeure.

Hotels are strange. They have most things that most homes have: a bed, bathroom, kettle, television, curtains and mirrors but they don’t feel like home.

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